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Old 04-19-2011, 03:01 PM
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Hey everyone. I'm looking to move to Pampa in the panhandle, but I can't seem to find a place to live. All of the apartments I called are booked, and I wouldn't know how to find out about rental houses. I'm guessing the drive from Amarillo would be too far for daily commute. Anyone from the area have some suggestions?
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Old 04-19-2011, 05:43 PM
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Many of the towns in that part of the Panhandle seem to be having housing shortages because of the growth of the oil industry. If you want to live in a decent part of Amarillo (the west/southwest side of town), your commute to Pampa would be about an hour or so. The only other towns of any size are Panhandle and Borger, both of which are about 30 minutes away. You might look into them? For rental houses, you might have to call a realtor.
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Old 04-19-2011, 07:07 PM
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I know that there is a large apartment complex under construction on Alcock Street (the Borger Highway) in Pampa. However, I think it is low income housing. There are several nice apartment units in town. Perhaps when these open, there will become openings in the apartment units. Check these websites:

Pampa Apartments for Rent - Pampa Apartments Reviews and Ratings

Apartments For Rent in Pampa, TX - ForRent.com

You might also check the want ads in the Pampa Daily News online:

http://thepampanews.atomicnewstools.com/pages/wp-content/uploads/041911-Tues-pg-8-class.jpg (broken link)

You will have to click on the classified page to get it large enough to read, but it will do it....
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